Posted by: kurtsh | April 18, 2016

REPORT: J.P. Morgan note – Microsoft most critical & indispensible to large Enterprise IT for Cloud Computing

imageJP Morgan recently release a 50-page note to their clients around the state of cloud computing in the Enterprise.

The note summarized the results of a survey of 207 CIOs of large Enterprise companies -specifically those CIOs with a budget of $600M or more.

J.P. MORGAN: INDISPENSIBLE ENTERPRISE VENDORS FOR CLOUD COMPUTING

One of the survey questions asked was:

“Which IT mega-vendor will be most critical and indispensable to your organization’s IT environment in the future, and why?”

The results are somewhat lopsided, with Microsoft coming out the most significant choice of CIOs for cloud computing, with almost 4x as many votes as the next vendor, Amazon:

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The survey results of J.P. Morgan’s 207 CIOs of large Enterprises for “Critical and Indispensible IT Mega-Vendors”:

  1. 48.9% Microsoft
  2. 13,0% Amazon (AWS)
  3. 11.6% Cisco
  4. 11.1% Oracle
  5. 9.2% SAP
  6. 4.3% IBM
  7. 1.9% EMC
  8. 1.4% Apple
  9. 0.5% Hewlett Packard

J.P. MORGAN: VENDORS LOSING TO CLOUD COMPUTING
J.P. Morgan’s note also highlights “who’s going to lose share to cloud vendors” and the results of that question are similarly lopsided:

  1. 26.1% IBM
  2. 15.0% Hewlett-Packard Enterprise
  3. 14.5% Oracle
  4. 12.1% Dell
  5. 11.6% EMC

MORE ON THE SURVEY
For more on this story and JP Morgan’s survey of these CIOs, read the following articles:


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